San Antonio Christian Boys Varsity Swimming

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COACH OF THE YEAR!

Congratulations to our swim coach, Mark Saroni, for earning the San Antonio Express News Girls Swimming Coach of the Year! We are so privileged to have Mark as our head coach for both the boys and girls teams. Mark led the girls team to back to back State Championships! The teams were  also able to defend

STATE CHAMPIONS!

BACK TO BACK STATE CHAMPIONS for our Varsity Lady Lions Swim Team! It was a great state meet for both the Boys and Girls teams as the girls defended the State Title and the Boys were able to compete well and walk away with a great 4th place finish. The Lions combined scores for both

State Meet Today!

Lion Swimmers are looking to defend their State Championship titles today at the TAPPS State Championship Meet. The first race will begin at 10am at the Bill Walker Pool in the Josh Davis Natatorium here in San Antonio. Lion Fans we hope to see you there!

STATE CHAMPIONS!

A historic day in Mansfield, Texas saw the San Antonio Christian School swim teams win both the boys and girls TAPPS Division II State Championships. The dual team championships from Thursday capped off an undefeated season for the Lions.   The Lady Lions scored 331 points to lap the field by 110 points. Gold medal

REGIONAL CHAMPIONS!

Congratulations to our Boy’s and Girl’s Varsity Swim Teams for winning the Regional Championship for TAPPS Division II. The teams will compete in the State Championship meet on Thursday, Feb. 7 in Mansfield, TX. Way to Go Lions!

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS! BOYS & GIRLS SWIM TEAM TAKE THE TITLE!

Congratulations to our Lions Varsity Boys & Girls Swim team for finishing first in the district! The team heads to Regionals on Wednesday, January 23 at Palo Alto! Be sure to come out and support our Lions as they continue to make huge strides towards a State Championship!

LIONS SWIMMING CONTINUES TO EARN TOP TITLES!

Last weekend the Varsity Swim team earned 1st place in the combined team totals out of 14 different Private and Parochial schools around Texas. This was the “Battle for the Crown” meet, which is a good foretelling of what the rest of the year looks like. It gave our swimmers the chance to swim against